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Rotting Christ Releases Lyric Video For For a Voice Like Thunder

Rotting Christ - Rituals

Greek metal horde Rotting Christ have released a lyric video for “For a Voice Like Thunder” taken from their latest album Rituals (read the Rituals review). The animation was created by Manster Design and the video also features a special guest recitation by Nick Holmes (Paradise Lost). The song lyrics are based in English poet

Bloodbath Debut New Song Famine of God’s Word

Bloodbath: Grand Morbid Funeral

Death metal supergroup Bloodbath has debuted another new track with Nick Holmes on vocals since announcing him as the new Bloodbath vocalist. Check out Famine of God’s Word from “Grand Morbid Funeral,” which will be in stores on November 17, 2014 in the U.S. and Canada and November 21, 2014 in Germany through Peaceville Records.

Bloodbath Reveals New Vocalist

Bloodbath: Grand Morbid Funeral

Death metal horde Bloodbath has revealed their new vocalist, Paradise Lost’s Nick Holmes. After several months of speculation, the successor to former frontmen Peter Tägtren and Mikael Åkerfeldt has been revealed. Bloodbath will return with their new album, “Grand Morbid Funeral,” set for release on November 17, 2014 via Peaceville Records. “Ever since I got

Paradise Lost Premiere Re-Recorded Song

Paradise Lost

Gothic metal veterans Paradise Lost are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year, and to mark this occasion, the band will release a compilation of B-sides, covers, and other rarities next month. Today the band has premiered their new version of Gothic entitled Gothic 2013. The compilation “Tragic Illusion 25 (The Rarities),” available on October 21,

Paradise Lost Announce 25th Anniversary UK Tour

UK goth metal veterans Paradise Lost have announced a 4-date “Tragic Illusion UK Tour” to celebrate their 25th anniversary. Support on the road will come from Italian gothic rock band Lacuna Coil. Commented vocalist Nick Holmes: “25 years is a long time. On the surface, we may look ramshackled, but playing music for so many